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Regions and emerging markets in the spotlight

Euromoney’s recent coverage of trends in Asia - Emerging Europe - Latin America - Middle East and Africa


Asia

September 2013

Includes China’s broken-growth model, structural-reform failure in the region, the inside scoop on Abenomics, China’s state-owned enterprises, the Asean alternative, second-tier cities in Indonesia, and inside China’s shadow banks.



Emerging Europe

September 2013

Includes coverage on the shifting sands in the Russian banking system, CEE banks’ fight with incompetent policymakers, Turkish banks braving the market storm, and an interview with the Czech central bank chief on FX intervention. We also have an exclusive interview with the lawyer of the former BTA chairman Mukhtar Ablyazov and the Hungarian government’s fight with the banking sector.



Latin America

September 2013

Recent coverage of trends in the region, including the shifting sands in the Russian banking system, CEE banks’ fight with incompetent policymakers, Turkish banks braving the market storm and an interview with the Czech central bank chief on FX intervention. We also have an exclusive interview with the lawyer of the former BTA chairman Mukhtar Ablyazov, and an insight into the Hungarian government’s fight with the banking sector.



Middle East and Africa

September 2013

Includes an exclusive interview with Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, the finance minister of Nigeria, the rise of agribusinesses - Africa’s new consumer boom – and an in-depth study into second-tier sovereign wealth funds in the Gulf. We also explore Saudi banking, the rise of bank M&A and transaction banking in the Gulf and interview Riad Salamé, the longstanding governor of Banque du Liban, the Lebanese monetary authority.


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